“I wanted to go back, I missed him”


Real Sociedad confirmed this Monday the return of Norwegian striker Alexander Sorloth, who will return to San Sebastián on loan from RB Leipzig to continue one more season in LaLiga Santander.

“The Norwegian returns to what was his home last season where he scored 8 goals in the 44 games in which he participated. Much more than a striker, Sorloth comes to Real to add power and quality to the realistic attack,” the club said. it’s a statement.

Imanol Alguacil’s team already has a replacement after the departure of the Swedish Alexander Isak to the English Newcastle United, one of the great surprises of the end of the transfer market in Spain.

“I’m very happy, I wanted to come back. I missed my teammates, the club, the stadium and the fans. I had a very good feeling, especially at the end of the season, when I started playing and scoring goals,” Sorloth said after making it official. his arrival.

An adaptation that benefits the Norwegian, who already knows his coach’s methodology. “As a striker I hope to score goals. The best thing about playing football is the games, although these months will be tough because there are many games”, added Sorloth, who is already thinking about the next duel against Atlético de Madrid. “We will fight and try to take the three points,” he said.